Mauna Time on Your Phone

 

REQUESTING YOUR COMMENTS BELOW, PLEASE!

What if you could have mauna kea time on your phone?  Perhaps, it might look something like this!

What do you think?  Do you you feel any sensation from it?  How does it strike you?

If something within this resonates with you, please let me know!  It seems like things are finally kinda coming together.  In this week alone, I met two people who told me they have noticed time seems to be speeding up, that some kind of fundamental change or shift is in the air.

Something global.  Something big.  Like an evolutionary shift in human consciousness.  Perhaps as a species, the way we respond to the sum total of our experiences sends out a wave that ripples around the world.  If what is happening now is like a wave that has been running for a long time through deep open ocean, it might have past nearly unseen.  Perhaps now this wave of change is reaching land, and beginning to crest up, and rise.  Can you hear the water sucking out the bay?  Can you see the swell beginning to rise?

Perhaps it is good in this moment, instead of rushing down to pick up all the free fish, to instead turn away and head for higher ground.

Some less optimistic peeps seem to think we might be entering the ʻend times.ʻ  that the world will end and that Herr Donald is more than a mere dictator tott, perhaps a signal for some dreary dismal Armageddon.  Not me.

Instead, I feel we are about to begin.  Something brand new.  A turning of the page.  Is it time to start a new chapter?  Or time to begin writing a new book?

Me, I feel we stand on the shores of a vast new ocean of time, one where perhaps we can sail in all kinds of different directions.  Something new with vast horizons.  What do things look like from where you stand?  What can you taste on the breeze?

I have an idea, and I would love it if you could help me.  It feels to me like Mauna Time is almost ready to hatch.  Me, I dont know much about building apps… but perhaps you do, or you know someone who does.  Would you be interested in helping create a new time-tool as a counter-balance to the tired and sad legacy of industrial legacy anglo-babylonian time?

I think, perhaps “itʻs time!”

Not just for you and me, but for everyone in the whole wide world to raise our frequency, and slow down.

What say you?

ahui hou,

jonathan jay

Happy MokuManaMana Day!

the densest concentration of sacred sites in all Hawaiʻi

The Hawaiian Civilization in many subtle and sublime ways is much more advanced than ‘The West’ has long understood.  Thousands of years before Europeans ventured away from their coastlines, the Polynesian ‘Wayfinders’ were navigating across thousands of miles of open ocean, to and from tiny islands.  How did they do this?



As you can see from the diagram above, axis of the Earth’s rotation  is not perpendicular to the plane of our orbit, but inclined almost 23.4 degrees. Perhaps a major impact event in our early solar system knocked us  slightly off kilter?

Whatever the cause, the result of this axial ‘obliquity’, as our whorling Earth/Moon system orbits each year, the Sun seems to travel from in more and more northerly arcs across the sky from January until the June ‘Solstice’, where it apears to ‘pause’ directly overhead the Tropic of Cancer (~23.4 degrees north), before ‘returning’ south again.

This annual solar ‘traveling’ was well known to many ancient cultures, including the Polynesians. As one of the premier instrument-free navigating cultures of the world, their careful observations of the natural world  like this enabled them to precisely locate themselves, and sail back and forth across the Pacific  They identified this northerly path of the Sun as ‘The Great Shining Black Road of Kane’

As it turns out, along this ‘Great and Shining Black Road of Kane’ is the small rocky islet of MokuManaMana. MokuManaMana is about as far NNW of Kaua’i as the Big Island of Hawai’i is to the ESE, making Kaua’i not “the top of the chain” as it is sometimes referred to today, but rather the smack dab in the middle.

MokuManaMana is a powerly sacred place.  Even though it is hundreds of miles from the main island group, the density of sacred terraces on this island is more than any other.

On June 21st at midday the Sun is directly MokuManaMana. If you were to be standing there with the Sun blazing overhead, you would see the Sun casts no shadow on the ground.  The classical precontact Hawaiians referred to this phenomenon  as “Sun heaped on the brains.”

Why would the Hawaiians come all the way out here? As  is often the case, the answer lies within the name. ‘Mana’ is a vital and profound spiritual power. When a word is double up or repeated, the quality referred to is greatly multiplied in potentcy.  It is highly likely MokuManaMana was understood to be a vital observation platform to geolocate

Happy MokuManaMana Day!